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Mr Magic
Yesterday, I was listening to the Nine Inch Nails' debut album, Pretty Hate Machine, and now I wanna listen to more of their music. It's a good album, but it doesn't feel too much like a rock album, which is  what I would expect from these rock stars. It feels more like synthetic pop.



What retro rock bands have you started listening to recently?



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raptor
Lately I've been loving Bob Seger. I always did like his stuff, but only in the last year have I bought any of his albums.
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shakin steak
I don't have any new retro faves but I can talk about the NIN.

broken, Nine Inch Nails' second album, is the heaviest. Also the shortest, with only four "real" songs. But the best imo and if you are looking for rock it's the one to listen to. If you can get your hands on any concerts from 1994-95 they rock pretty hard too.

You could also check out Option 30
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AceNThaHole
I have not bought any retro discs in a while,
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rogerxy
I started to like Bruce Springsteen last year. Had ofc. heard him before but never really liked him. People say it's an age thing
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shires
well one of my favorites is "Bread"and Air Supply"but,i also liked the "Bee Gees".
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raptor

shires wrote :
well one of my favorites is "Bread"and Air Supply"but,i also liked the "Bee Gees".


Air Supply is great. And .38 Special.
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Derk
Quite a few actually.

- The Kinks
- The Beach Boys
- Depeche Mode
- Bruce Springsteen
- Crowded House
- The Fixx
- The Jam
- The Dead Boys
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Mr Magic
I tried getting into Sonic Youth, but I didn't really care for their music.
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